Tag Archives: The Raptor Foundation

Harris Hawk

Here are a few shots of a harris hawk taken at the Raptor Foundation in Cambridgeshire.

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Great Grey Owl

Here are further shots of Buzz, a great grey owl taken at the Raptor Foundation in Cambridgeshire.  Although owls are relatively strange looking creatures the flat, rounded face of the great grey is really quite unique.

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Snowy Owl

Here are a few in-flight shots of Topaz, a snowy owl taken at the Raptor Foundation in Cambridgeshire.

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American Kestrel

Here are a few shots of Rosie an American Kestrel taken at the Raptor Foundation in Cambridgeshire.

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Ferringous Buzzard

Here are a few shots of a very relaxed ferringous buzzard taken at the Raptor Foundation.  As you can see, this particular buzzard was obviously not in the mood for any action and decided to sunbathe in the afternoon sunshine instead.

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White Faced Scops Owl

Here is a static shot of a white faced scops owl taken at the Raptor Foundation in Cambridgeshire.  A relatively small owl this fascinating looking raptor is native to the southern half of Africa.

White Faced Scops Owl
White Faced Scops Owl

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Peregrine Saker Falcon

Here are a few shots of Axel, a peregrine saker falcon taken at the Raptor Foundation.

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Harris Hawk

Here are a few in-flight shots of Lothian a Harris Hawk taken at the Raptor Foundation in Cambridgeshire.

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Tawny Owl

Here are a few static shots of Topaz, a tawny owl taken at the Raptor Foundation in Cambridgeshire.  A medium sized owl, the tawny is the most common raptor resident in the UK.

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Chilean Blue Eagle

Here are another few in-flight shots of Guillermo, a Chilean Blue Eagle taken at the Raptor Foundation near Cambridge.  Without doubt, Guillermo was the star of the show whether posing or performing gracefully in the skies above.

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